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What I do:
World Class Theatre, New Writing and Emerging Talent, in depth audience development
A little more about me:
We make and curate exciting theatre for Cardiff audiences. We develop and nurture the work of Welsh and Wales based artists. We generate opportunities for the citizens of Cardiff to connect with theatre through relevant, inspiring and visionary engagement.
Location:
Cardiff, UK
Projects I’m working on:
The Sherman Theatre’s Autumn season is full of bold, thrilling work; classic plays and new plays, produced by us, sometimes in partnership with other companies. From the dark brilliance of award winning The Weir by Conor McPherson, to the much loved warmth of The Borrowers, the Sherman Theatre has something for all.

Our new work includes a reimagined version of The Emperor’s New Clothes by Alun Saunders, a delight for our younger audiences in both English and Welsh; a new play by Alan Harris, Love, Lies and Taxidermy and a new A Play, A Pie and A Pint play by Kelly Jones. We are thrilled to be working with these exciting Welsh playwrights. Our partners on this season include Tobacco Factory Theatres, Òran Mór, Paines Plough, and Theatr Iolo.

Alongside the Sherman-produced work, we are delighted to be able to bring you some of the best theatre from across the UK; from the Irish Times Theatre Award winning Scorch, by Belfast’s Prime Cut, to the contemporary and hyper-relevant Cargo, we want to share work with heart and soul on our stages.
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http://www.shermantheatre.co.uk
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@shermantheatre

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Sherman 5 Marketing and Admin Assistant (part time)

£17,595 per annum (pro rata)

31 hours per week

Fixed Term to October 2018

The project, Sherman 5, was launched in 2014 and is gathering momentum all the time. We require an administrative assistant to provide support to the Sherman 5 programme of work, liaising closely with the Sherman 5 Coordinator to ensure the delivery of a wide ranging programme of audience development initiatives, specifically targeted at disadvantaged…

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Posted on November 23, 2016 at 16:00

Heritage Associate Director on LOVE, CARDIFF at the Sherman Theatre

LOVE, CARDIFF

A new community theatre production

The Sherman Theatre is looking for a Heritage Associate Director for our community production of LOVE, CARDIFF. The production will be directed by Andrew Sterry and is a collaboration with Cardiff Stories Museum and Made in Roath. LOVE, CARDIFF will involve a community cast from across the City Road area of Cardiff and will be a new verbatim play.

For details please visit our website: …

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Posted on September 12, 2016 at 14:13

JMK ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OPPORTUNITIES ON THE SHERMAN'S CHRISTMAS PRODUCTIONS

JMK ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OPPORTUNITIES ON THE SHERMAN'S CHRISTMAS PRODUCTIONS

The Sherman Theatre is proud to offer two opportunities for trainee Assistant Directors to support our hugely successful Christmas productions in 2016. The opportunities to assist will be on the Sherman Theatre’s main stage production of The Borrowers (created for an over 7’s family audience) and on our co-production with Theatr Iolo of The Emperor’s New Clothes/ Dillad Newydd yr…

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Posted on September 12, 2016 at 14:11

Heritage and Oral History Assistant on LOVE, CARDIFF at the Sherman Theatre

LOVE, CARDIFF

A new community theatre production

The Sherman Theatre is looking for a Heritage and Oral History Assistant for our community production of LOVE, CARDIFF. The production will be directed by Andrew Sterry and is a collaboration with Cardiff Stories Museum and Made in Roath. LOVE, CARDIFF will involve a community cast from across the City Road area of Cardiff and will be a new verbatim play.

For details please visit our…

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Posted on September 12, 2016 at 14:00

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Join us this March for another NTW 1st as we stage STORM.2: Things Come Apart @ The Tabernacl Church, the Hayes, Cardiff. Expect explosive theatre from Pearson & Brookes, exploring the ever pertinent themes of truth & testimony. #NTWStorm https://buff.ly/2DAlD3r 

Join us this March for another NTW 1st as we stage STORM.2: Things Come Apart @ The Tabernacl Church, the Hayes, Cardiff. Expect explosive theatre from Pearson & Brookes, exploring the ever pertinent themes of truth & testimony. https://buff.ly/2DAlD3r 

Ymunwch â ni ym mis Mawrth am sioe newydd arall; STORM.2: Things Come Apart yn Eglwys y Tabernacl, Yr Aes, Caerdydd. Disgwyliwch theatr ffrwydrol gan Pearson & Brookes, yn archwilio'r themâu oll-berthnasol o wirionedd a thystiolaeth. #NTWStorm https://buff.ly/2DhwPnL 

Ymunwch â ni ym mis Mawrth am sioe newydd arall; STORM.2: Things Come Apart yn Eglwys y Tabernacl, Yr Aes, Caerdydd. Disgwyliwch theatr ffrwydrol gan Pearson & Brookes, yn archwilio'r themâu oll-berthnasol o wirionedd a thystiolaeth. https://buff.ly/2DhwPnL 

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